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ABC
Dec 6, 2011 4:00pm PST
up diplomacy with syria as a surge left dozens of people dead. the top u.s. convoy was pulled out six weeks ago because of security concerns. and the activists say up to 50 people have been killed in violence in the past 24 hours. and in the middle of growing fears of civil war. >> in russia, police and demonstrators clash forward a second night. there is increasing anger over accusations of election fraud. the protesters claim prime minister putin and his ruling united russia party rigged the vote in sunday's elections. protesters accused of throwing fire works at supporters. police say 250 people have been arrested in moscow and 200 in st. petersburg. in greece opponents of a tough budget laid into the night outside of the parliament building. protesters through stones, bottles and fire bombs. and greek lawmaker as proved cuts today. the package is an effort to slash the huge debt and tame a severe recession. >> queen elizabeth ii is feeling the pinch. she will be hit with a four-year pay freeze, she's far from sliding into poverty, will be limited to $50 million this year. that
ABC
Dec 7, 2011 4:00pm PST
? >> barbara walters asking tough questions of syria's president saying violent crack downs are not his fault. ahead.. >> and sky 7 is giving us a great view in the for ground of golden gate and background, hazy skies and i'll have the forecast coming up. ?t?t?t?t8tpac >>> electric car makers are proud of what is different with cars, big thing being battery that's do the job. >> that difference could prove tricky for first responder who's have to know what to suspect and there is a take a look at a special session tesla had today. >> the new generation of alternative fuel vehicles are safe as gas and diesel, but they're different. it's important to know what is under the hood, what is not this, crowd at tesla isn't just admiring inner workings. and tesla says there is no threat of a explosion. >> there are no threats of leaking material autos like their counter parts, they have safety features designed to cutoff power after a crash. still, first responders say it's important to know where those cables are located in case of a system failure. the industry standard is that they are or
ABC
Dec 29, 2011 4:00pm PST
video out of syria today. government forces opened fire on protestors as international observers arrived to help keep the peace. >> consumer reports tests out two dozen types of paper towels. >> and outside we go once again, you're looking at 80 in berkeley. it's busy. a bit foggy today z traffic in both directions is moving slowly. stay with us. we'll continue here in just a moment. >> and there is arrivals experiencing delays and there is low visibility at sfo. taking a look at other airports and lights are green swre. no weather-related travel delays anywhere else across the country at this point. we have active weather coming our way. details in just a moment. >xç%?x6 >>> video is emerging from syria showing what appears to be residents running from live gunfire by security forces. and this clip posted on you tube. it appears to show the city of hamas, activists say at least four people are dead after forces opened fire on tens of thousands of people outside of a mosque. the shooting happened during a visit by an arab league delegation. >> and the obama administration has fi
ABC
Dec 13, 2011 4:00pm PST
syria. people there say egypt military forces blew it up. the united nations estimates the syrian government's crack down killed more than 5,000 people. >> there is aamazing story. a hild in china is hit by a car, becomes trapped and the rescue is captured on camera. this 5-year-old was on the way to school and had a tantrum, sat down in the middle of the street. she refused to move so the mother walked away. well... just then, an suv had been backing out actually hit the child. this took 16 fem to free her arks mazingly she wasn't hurt. the people got involved and the little girl made to it school. unbelievable. >> remarkable. and fortunate. >> this afternoon there is growing outrage in response to a story yesterday. next our vic lee reports on a convicted thief about to get truck loads of evidence used to send her to prison. she's going to get it back. >> cell phone mistake led to lots of a-list parties for one ordinary guy and his girlfriend. [ mom ] hey guys. guys... [ female announcer ] pillsbury cinnamon rolls with cinnabon cinnamon are an irresistible sunday morning idea. n
ABC
Dec 14, 2011 4:00pm PST
because protests resurfaced this year and there is protests this year in egypt, syria, bahrain, libya were behind the decision. >> not only did protests come back in this globally contagious way, but we're two regimes down, and counting. >> here at home, they showed up in thousands and time magazine considered competition, deciding protester was truly person of the year. >> and chris sullivan was happy about it but others didn't want any attention. >> this is propaganda for the empire. >> social media and cell phone technology making main stream media irrelevant lent to these protester autos we speak through ourselves. that is why people of the year are the people. we have technology. >> protesters around the world but the protesters are not the same as those in the streets of the middle east. >> there are people recording this as lewd chris. >> abc 7's political analyst says arab string protesters represent a larger population with more at stake. >> there are people protesting or were in libya and egypt were putting their lives on the line. >> coming up why the arab spring protesters have
ABC
Dec 27, 2011 4:00pm PST
arab league visited tote. the first ones syria allow nootd country during its crack down on antigovernment uprisings. the visit is a week after syrian president saasa sign aid deal to stop attacks against unarmed and peaceful protestors but this only appears to intensify after syria agreed to the plan. 300 civilians have died during last week. >> yemen's outgoing president will be allowed to come to the united states for medical treatment. and he is recovering from several severe injuries in a june tack on his compound. and the white house is hoping that this move will ease tensions in yemen. and an election is set for february. >> and north koreans continue to pay respects to former president kim jong-il as preparations are finalized for his funeral. he has been lying in state since december 17th. his funeral will last two days and observers say it will resemble those for his father who died in 1994. >>> and an egyptian court put a ban on so called virginity tests. several say they were rounded up by soldiers in cairo's tahrir square and subjected to the test. one says it h
ABC
Dec 23, 2011 4:00pm PST
days after u.s. forces moved out. >> and syria is blaming terrorists for two car bombs that killed 40 people. the bombs went off within minutes of each other and appeared to have targeted heavily targeted intelligence buildings. the government blamed al qaeda. the bombs were the first in syria since the nine-month long uprising began. united nations claims the government there killed 5,000 nem a brutal crack down. >> another earthquake and two after shocks rattled new zealand today where it's christmas eve. all three quakes hit the town of christchurch. the first measured 5.8, the second, 5.8, an hour later a third, again a 5.8. 60 people were treated for minor injuries. christchurch was hit in february by a quake that killed 182 people. >>> a top health official in france says the government will pay for breast implant removeal for 20,000 women. >> officials held a news conference deciding they should be removed as preventative measure. the government recommending all implants made by the company p.i.p.should be removed, there are mounting fears they can rupture, leaking silicone
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